Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 08:43:53 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Calling Paul Halliday

in article, SG at wrote on 18/08/2006 23:15: > I think we are eye-to-eye and are now officially talking about the same TV > advertisement. > > > > Look at the last clip in 2006 with the Swedish Flag, that photo is exactly > like the first photo link you provided from Ah ... Sorry ... Must have been my proxy, because that last addition was not there yesterday evening. > Let me know once you've checked that out. It is the clip at 1 second and 22nd > seconds where the Viggen flys over the C900 on the runway like you said. Yes, that's very much like it. In fact, the very start of it when the hangar doors open and the Viggen rolls forward looks like a precise remake of the original. On the original that is cut with a C900 rolling forward and a couple of shots of Mr Sunglasses :) The soundtrack is quite loud and confusing with a female voice slightly distorted. The advert then follows the Viggen and the C900 (cutting between) as they get faster and faster and ultimately, the Viggen takes off. Hmmm! That wouldn't pass the Trades Description Act today :) > I wonder if that is a U.K. Only video or Saab Sweden ad or both? I wonder if it was around 1985 for the "SAAB Aero T16 har landat" campaign in Sweden. It looks like a flat nose on the video. Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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